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Best Universities for PHD Programs in Thailand 2023

Number of institutions: 58
    • MMIPRICISION, Thailand

    The School of Global Studies is a new and innovative academic initiative within Thammasat University and a front runner in global health and social innovation within Thailand, Southeast Asia, and beyond with a track record of excellent research on determinants of the public’s health, student-centered teaching, and academic service relevant to community needs. The School enjoys a unique position of being a national, regional, and global focal point for global studies, human security, and wellbeing with collaborative relationships with academic and professional communities.

    • Bangkok, Thailand

    An academic jewel in the heart of Bangkok, Chulalongkorn University is Thailand’s first and most prestigious university. Founded in 1917 by King Vajiravudh, in honor of his father, King Chulalongkorn, the University has, since its inception, been renowned for its academic excellence. Today, it has grown to encompass 26 teaching units (19 Faculties, 3 Schools, 3 Colleges, 1 Institute), with the enrollment of approximately 26,000 undergraduate and 11,000 graduate students, and 3,000 faculty members.

    • Wismar, Germany
    • Bangkok, Thailand
    • + 3 more

    WINGS – Wismar International Graduation Services – a subsidiary company of Wismar University (Germany) - offers part-time programs and certified further education for professionals. The study programs are offered in the fields of economy, technology, and design through which you can gain a higher public education degree such as a Bachelor’s, Diploma, or Masters. WINGS was built upon this and was set up in 2004. The primary tasks are to develop, organize, and market part-time and further educational programs under the academic expertise of Wismar University.

    • Manchester, United Kingdom
    • Budapest, Hungary
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    World-class university preparation qualifications designed by universities for international students to succeed at university.

    • Pratu Chai Sub-district, Thailand

    มหาวิทยาลัยราชภัฏพระนครศรีอยุธยา It originated from the Old City Teacher Training School, which King Chulalongkorn (Rama V) was graciously graciously pleased to bestow on the amount of 30,000 baht to the Ministry of Dharma to establish a teacher training school. held at the back of the Chankasem Palace on July 1, 1905, then developed into Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Teacher Training School and Phra Nakhon Si Yuthaya Teacher College, respectively, on

    • Khlong Nueng, Thailand

    Valaya Alongkorn Rajabhat University under the Royal Patronage was founded by Her Royal Highness Somdetch Phra Raja Pituchha Chao Fa Valaya Alongkorn, Krom Luang, the Princess of Phetchaburi. H.R.H. Princess Valaya Alongkorn was greatly concerned with the education of young Thai women.

    • Khok Khian, Thailand

    in the cabinet The meeting on July 8, 2003 approved, in principle, the establishment of universities in Narathiwat and Nakhon Phanom provinces. by merging educational institutions that already exist in the province in order to use resources together for maximum benefit There is as little investment as possible. without contradicting the educational philosophy and mission of the former educational institution

    • Tha Sut, Thailand

    Mae Fah Luang University (MFU) was established as an autonomous public university, under the Royal Charter, in 1998, with generous support from the Royal Thai Government. The University was established to meet the needs of people in the north of Thailand and to commemorate the gracious contributions of the King's Mother, Her Royal Highness Princess Srinagarindra, lovingly known to her subjects as "Mae Fah Luang."

    • Pa O Don Chai, Thailand

    วิทยาลัยเชียงราย Approved to establish by the Ministry of Universities on July 18, 2003, allowing the management of bachelor's degree under the supervision of the Ministry of Education. According to the Private Higher Education Institution Act (No. 2) B.E. 2535

    • Thai Buri, Thailand

    Walailak University is 26 years on 29th March 2018. However, a movement by the locals to have a university in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province started some 50 years ago, in 1967. But it took 12 years before Members of the Parliament from Nakhon Si Thammarat first proposed to the Parliament in 1979 legislation to establish a university in the province.

    • Lak Hok, Thailand

    Rangsit University: Situated in two hundred and ninety-two (292) raisin Lak-Hok sub-district, on Paholyothin Road, Pathumthani Province, a distance of only three (3) kilometers from Don Muang Airport. A 4000-rais Muang-Ake Community surrounds the University.

    • Bang Phli District, Thailand

    Sarasas Affiliated Schools It is recognized as a bilingual school at the forefront of producing students with foreign language potential. especially the English language until it became apparent Along with academic knowledge in various fields since 1964 until now, the opportunity has been expanded to higher education, namely the “ สถาบันเทคโนโลยีแห่งสุวรรณภูมิ ” (SUVARNABHUMI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY -SVIT).

    • Lam Sai, Thailand

    In 1887 (B.E. 2430), His Majesty King Chulalongkorn (King Rama V) established the first Sangha college in Thailand, called ‘Mahadhatu Witthayalai,’ which was located at Wat Mahadhatu in Bangkok. It was intended to be a place where monks, novices, and laity come to study the Tipiṭaka and higher education.

    • Dusit District, Thailand

    Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon was established on 27 February 1975 when the “Vocational Education and Technology College” Act was announced on the Royal Gazette and came into force. The Act aimed to create vocational teachers with a bachelor’s degree to teach vocational education at vocational level, undergraduate level, and advanced vocational certificate level.

    • Bang Toei, Thailand

    In 1996, Shinawatra University began with the initiative of Dr. Thaksin Shinawatra and Prof. Dr. Pura Chai Piamsomboon. To establish a private university To help support the development of neighboring countries and regions, combined with the idea of ​​developing a model of The university is friendly to the environment of Dr. Sunthorn Boonyathikarn until the year 1999, the university bureaus allows the establishment of Shinawatra University. Shinawatra University aims to be a leading international university focused on academic research. The university strives for excellence in learning and teaching, innovation, leadership. Entrepreneurial development Community engagement and service It operates with the highest ethical standards and gives priority to social responsibility.